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Old 09-26-2008, 05:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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22re to 22r swap inputs

I am planning on converting my 22re to a 22r. I think I got it down but before I go ordering parts I would like some further input and confirmation.

Heres what I know I need: ECU, wiring harness, carberater and breather, intake, fuel pressure regulater, vacum advance canister, and vacum advance distributor.

Is there anything else I will need to look into? And modifications? I read on another forum that to do a 22r to 22re swap you would need a 22re head. What if i'm doing a 22re to 22r swap? Would I have to get a 22r head or could I use my 22re head? Whats the difference? Thanks in advance.
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why?


what you got is more reliable and efficent then the carb'd
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Old 09-28-2008, 09:53 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I guess I got it in my head that the 22r would be better on my wallet. My TPS and my MAS are out on my 4runner. Both will run me around 300.00. I could get everything I need to do the 22re to 22r conversion for less than that on ebay and never have to worry about buying another sensor ever again. (granted that I can use my 22re head on the conversion)Then sell my 22re parts for someone who wants to do a 22r to 22re conversion and make money. Still thinking about it though.

Does anyone know what the difference is between the 22r and 22re heads?
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First off, if the 22R isn't an 85 or newer, you can't swap heads.

In 85 (late 84 actually) Toyota changed the deck height of the block, and the head to match.

The late 84 and newer heads are the same, 22R or RE.
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